Aktualisiert: 29. Apr.
Even in ancient Egypt, a variety of techniques were used to air-condition buildings. In 1620, Cornelis Drebbel demonstrated for James I of England how to turn summer into winter by cooling part of Westminster Abbey with a device made of barrels. In 1901, American inventor Willis H. Carrier built what is considered the first modern electric air conditioner. Innovations in the second half of the 20th century enabled the widespread use of AHUs. In the 21st century, oji is revolutionising indoor air technology.
The new system from oji Europe GmbH is a needed upgrade to room air conditioning systems. The integration of oji active air technology ensures a uniform distribution of hypochlorous acid, an immune booster naturally occurring in the body, in the indoor air. In this way, entire buildings can be kept pathogen-free and allergen-free with little effort. An additional benefit of the oji active air process is its positive effect on the human immune system. In this way, oji indoor air research brings the future into the present of indoor air technology.